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Ozone 7: EQ reference "Matching" curve Disappears when project is moved? Mas­ter­ing Plugins
Old 25th August 2017
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Ozone 7: EQ reference "Matching" curve Disappears when project is moved?

Ozone 7 has an interesting feature that can analyze your track and a reference track and create an EQ curve to push your track in that direction. However, I've noticed that as soon as I move my project the curve deletes itself (and the software doesnt tell you).

This happens when I move the project to a new computer but possibly just moving the project itself around. I use Ableton, but I imagine this happens on other DAWs as well.

Anyone know the solution?
Old 27th August 2017
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Originally Posted by elgrayso View Post
Ozone 7 has an interesting feature that can analyze your track and a reference track and create an EQ curve to push your track in that direction. However, I've noticed that as soon as I move my project the curve deletes itself (and the software doesnt tell you).

This happens when I move the project to a new computer but possibly just moving the project itself around. I use Ableton, but I imagine this happens on other DAWs as well.

Anyone know the solution?
Yes, you can save the curve as a separate file.

Ozone 5 has a better function IMO where you can save whole sets of curves. No idea why they removed it.
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